Tankless Hot Water Heater Services Near Clearwater, FL
Whether you're installing a water heater for the first time, or your current unit is outdated, there are many styles and options to choose from for your new system. To find the right fit, you should consider the water demands of your home and your budget. A professional plumber from Apex Plumbing can help you determine if your home could benefit from a tankless upgrade, help you find the right option, and get it installed in no time.
We also have financing options for your new installation to make the process as simple and hassle-free as possible.
Is a Tankless Upgrade Right for Your Home?
Tankless water heaters are sometimes called "demand-type" or "on-demand" because they heat water as needed, whereas traditional tank-style systems have hot water stored at all times. When the reserve is depleted, though, it can take a bit of time for more water to be heated.
If there are multiple people using hot water at the same time, a traditional heater may run out before everyone gets the hot water they need. With a tankless style, there's no need to ration hot water and there's no need to worry about your shower suddenly turning cold.
Other benefits of tankless water heaters:
- Their compact style saves valuable space when you don't have room in your home for a large water tank.
- They generally have a longer lifespan than traditional water heaters, making them a great long-term investment.
- They're more energy-efficient than other styles so you can enjoy lower monthly energy costs.
While tankless water heaters are a great option for many homes, installing a traditional water heater still makes sense in many situations. When deciding on the right choice, a professional plumber will consider the appropriate flow rate for your home and the size of water heater needed.
For larger properties, it may take multiple tankless water heaters to meet the demands of every room. They can also have higher upfront costs, though they offer greater savings down the line.
Trust Apex With Your Tankless Repair
If you already have a tankless water heater in your home and run into an issue, Apex Plumbing will take care of that for you as well. When the water pressure is too low, the water is too hot or cold, or there's no hot water at all, our team is here to help.
Whether it's time for a tankless water heater repair or you're ready to learn more about making the switch, give our team a call 24/7 at (727) 285-8559